Having upgraded to Windows 10 from 7 or 8 gives you a whole new interface with enticing new features and plethora of other benefits that improve the user experience. Most likely you will be logging into your Windows with your Microsoft Account and possibly you have had shared a lot of information with Microsoft. Although, this seems to be a secure way to keep your data confidential, it isn’t. Unfortunately, most of the people will ignore creating a secondary user account. This will ultimately lead to unauthorized access to your computer.
I’m not trying to say that using Microsoft account is useless or totally insecure. Of course, it lets you synchronize your Windows application, personalized settings, and many other things. However, it would be a wise decision to create a “New Use Account” in Windows 10 or simply a Local Account. In this way, you will have two or more accounts on your computer and personal data will be more secure.
Originally Posted on Pingzic.